Dusty pink, a bohemian color

Pink, through color psychology represents kindness and empathy, reveals femininity and tenderness in the finest and purest form. The pink color in different shades, stronger or more pale can be worn by anyone.

Depending on the personality of someone I recommend having at least a piece of pink garment in your wardrobe and don’t be afraid to wear it, because you will give color and light to your outfit. The palette starts with a bright pink shirt, worn under a business outfit, which will suggest authority, to a dusty pink musells dress (as in the picture), accessorized with a pair of tall gray boots, which suggest femininity and tenderness.
However try not to dress from head to toe (shirt, pants and shoes) in cyclam pink as too much pink gets out from the range of good taste and has a gentle inclination towards kitsch.
Where can we wear the dress from the pictures below? Well, it can be worn at restaurant, office (where business outfits aren’t obligatory), at a coffee with friends, at the mall, at a day time party (christening) and can be accessorized with boots or heels and with pearls or a large necklace to break the color a little and attract attention on other things (such as neck, legs and so on). If you have some thin legs with beautiful ankles, then it’s a must to highlight them at every opportunity. If you have a long neck, it is also good to wear necklaces or long earrings. And the same thing I recommend if you have beautiful hands and thin fingers, wear rings and bracelets.
The dress below has no extravagant cut, even the fabric isn’t special, but accessorized with a special necklace (as model, not necessarily as price) and a pair of molded gray boots to elongate the leg and highlight it, will look perfect. And do not forget about attitude, it can sometimes make all the money!

  

Dearfully,

2 thoughts on “Dusty pink, a bohemian color

  1. Nice read, I just passed this onto a friend who was doing a little research on that. And he just bought me lunch since I found it for him smile Thus let me rephrase that: Thank you for lunch!

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